Embrace the fashion of alterations

The directors of The Zip Yard, a garment alterations franchise business, plan to create up to 200 new jobs over the next five years.

11th November, 2012
Embrace the fashion of alterations
Don Wallace with his daughter Caroline at the Zip Yard shop in South Anne Street, Dublin. Photo: Tony O'Shea

The Zip Yard

**What it does:** alteration, restyling, tailoring and repair services

**Why it works:** "A lot of people are now shopping in charity shops and swap shops and online. It has become very popular in the last few years with the recession so what we are trying to do is inform people of all the different items you can have altered. Our bread and butter is in alterations, but we are also finding our...

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